New: The Routledge Handbook of Regional Design
Published at: 4 June 2021
Michael Neuman and Wil Zonneveld (eds) (2021) The Routledge Handbook of Regional Design, New York/Abingdon: Routledge, ISBN 9780367258665, 464 pages.
Routledge published a new volume in its ongoing Handbook series: The Routledge Handbook of Regional Design, edited by Michael Neuman (University of Westminster, United Kingdom) and Wil Zonneveld (Delft University of Technology, the Netherlands). The Handbook explores contemporary research, policy, and practice that highlight critical aspects of strategy-making, planning, and designing for contemporary regions—including city-regions, bioregions, delta regions, and their hybrids. Leading scholars and practitioners have contributed in total sixteen case studies covering such regions on six continents. Next to that the Handbook contains a large section on the intellectual underpinnings and practices of regional design and another section on education, management and governance. The Handbook is targeting not just students, researchers, and practitioners of urban planning, but also policy makers, developers, architects, engineers, and anyone interested in the broader issues of urbanism.